Spring Storm Affecting Wisconsin (Updated 3:30 pm 4/4)

Strong low pressure will continue to move northeast from near Lake Huron into southern Canada tonight.  The heavier snow has diminished over northern Wisconsin.  The lingering light snow will continue to taper off over eastern Wisconsin this evening, ending by midnight in the far northeast.  

Gusty west to northwest winds, with gusts of 25 to 35 mph early this evening, in the wake of the low pressure system will continue to diminish. 
 


 

Here is the additional snowfall, melted snow liquid equivalent, and rainfall expected over Wisconsin through tonight:

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Wisconsin snowfall Wisconsin Rainfall_liquid equivalent

The below graphic illustrates the current National Weather Service winter storm warnings and advisories that remain in effect in Wisconsin and the region, as well as the counties included:

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The latest regional radar loops are shown below:

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Upper Midwest Radar Loop  Great Lakes Radar Loop

Travel conditions remain treacherous across northern Wisconsin due to the snowfall and areas of icing from earlier today.  Anyone considering traveling into these areas tonight should consider postponing travel until Saturday.

Here is a link to the latest Wisconsin Road Conditions.

The National Weather Service offices in La Crosse, Green Bay, Minneapolis and Duluth will be updating the latest information on this spring storm, along with issuing storm reports for their portions of western, central and northern Wisconsin.  Check their web sites frequently.

Here is a link to the Milwaukee/Sullivan Winter Weather Page  


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National Weather Service - Milwaukee/Sullivan, WI



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